Definition of 'morning-after pill'
Example sentences containing 'morning-after pill'
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The next morning he coldly told her to buy the morning-after pill. The Sun (2012)Some say they are concerned about any requirement that might include the morning-after pill. Christianity Today (2000)It is not the same as a morning-after pill. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It found a significant drop in the need for the morning-after pill. The Sun (2012)Her family say her requests for a morning-after pill were refused as it is illegal. The Sun (2010)I went to the doctor for the morning-after pill and tried to put him out of my mind. The Sun (2007)There are no'Good luck with your morning-after pill! Times, Sunday Times (2007)Shocked Laurel makes her promise to get the morning-after pill. The Sun (2006)He's talking about the morning-after pill. The Sun (2009)Also, is it possible to take the morning-after pill too often? The Sun (2014)The morning-after pill was made over the counter in 2001 to a great deal of shock and horror. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So I took her to get the morning-after pill the next day. The Sun (2015)
Definition of morning-after pill from the Collins English Dictionary
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